Purposefully Examining Our Successes
As the academic year draws to a close, it is important to take stock of our teaching practice – what’s working? What needs improvement?
At our April conversation, come to purposefully examine a success in your teaching practice. We will use a Reflective Practice Group protocol called a “Success Analysis”. The purpose of this protocol is to boil down a success to its essential elements, so that we can repeat the success in the future in other contexts.
Wednesday, April 24 at noon
Room (Downtown): 404 (TCC/FIC)
Facilitated by: Gina Merliss
All faculty and staff are welcome! We look forward to seeing you there!
This event is designed to meet two of the goals of the Teaching and Creativity Center:
- Create a supportive academic environment that meets individuals where they are, helps them improve, and recognizes teaching excellence.
- The outcome associated with this goal is: Connecting with colleagues to build positive relationships centered around teaching and learning
- Create a culture of critical reflection, continual growth, and faculty collaboration
- The outcome associated with this goal is: Utilizing critical reflection and evaluation of teaching practice